A Companion to Medical Anthropology (ePub/PDF) observes the present points, controversies, and state of the sphere in medical anthropology at present.
- Written by distinguished worldwide students in medical anthropology
- Offers an professional view of the foremost matters and themes to concern the self-discipline since its founding within the Sixties
- Includes environmental well being, biotechnology, world well being, syndemics, vitamin, infectious illness, substance abuse, and sexuality and reproductive well being, and different matters
“It will probably be useful for undergraduates and postgraduates, and likewise proving worthwhile to teachers in search of accessible summaries of areas exterior their specialism.” — Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute
“With its complete scope and completed contributors, this quantity will probably be a key reference for all medical college students and anthropologists of the sphere. Its complete protection extends each to rising and dominant themes within the self-discipline.” — James Trostle, Trinity College
“A Companion to Medical Anthropology, edited by Pamela I. Erickson and Merrill Singer, is sort of merely the most effective overview that’s presently obtainable within the discipline of medical anthropology within the early twenty first century. The chapters introduced collectively on this quantity gives not solely a definitive define of an mental discipline, but additionally a transparent sense of medical anthropology’s engagement with the world of coverage, politics, and observe. This is critical social analysis at its easiest.”
— Richard G. Parker, Columbia University
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